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Cancer

Question
Posted by: | 2018/10/30

Q.

An immature gran, left shift of 0.10 x 10E9/L

I keep getting different things, where someone is saying that that value is less than 1% so its normal then I have someone else saying it's 10% which is obviously high? which is it?

Expert's Reply

A.

Cancer expert
- 2018/10/30

Dear Gran

Left shift or blood shift is an increase in the number of immature leukocytes in the peripheral blood, particularly  neutrophil band cells. In your case 100 per litre. (MCH).

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